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"What better place to be but in the presence of the Lord."

I took great comfort in "No child is lost" (January 31). I had been asked to pray for a friend and was acknowledging his true innocence as a child of God. Unfortunately, I had neglected to see this as true of his fellow inmates.

I'd thought that my friend needed to be released from prison before receiving the blessings of his asking. My daily prayers had not yet revealed that he and his peers lacked no element of God's goodness right then and there. They didn't need to be released from prison to understand that they were already God's beloved children—perfect, free, harmonious, loved, and lovable.

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